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Libraries July 21, 2021
Free Library Cards to University of Dayton Alumni Living in Ohio
An alumni library borrowing card will give access to all circulating items in Roesch Library as well as the 44 million materials available through UD’s membership in OhioLINK.
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Campus and Community May 27, 2021
Summer 2021 CAP DSJreads
Looking for Diversity and Social Justice readings? Here’s a list of books crowdsourced by CAP DSJ faculty, and published in collaboration with University of Dayton Libraries, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center, Center for International Programs, and the Diversity ILG Working Group.
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Experiential Learning April 29, 2021
Online Experiential Learning Development Program (OELDP) Faculty Explore Virtual Communities and Technologies to Enhance EL
This Spring, the Offices of Experiential Learning and eLearning collaborated on a pilot program for faculty entitled “Online Experiential Development Program”or OELDP. The goal of the program is to help faculty use best practices to develop online experiential learning (EL) activities for their courses. The 4 session program met from March-April 2021.
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Sustainability April 27, 2021
First four Hanley Sustainability Institute graduate fellows have diverse backgrounds

The University of Dayton’s Hanley Sustainability Institute has named the first four HSI graduate fellowship recipients. The new program, which will start next academic year, was launched to attract high-quality students with an interest in sustainability to work on research projects mentored by a faculty member and other complementary programmatic efforts within HSI.

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Giving April 05, 2021
A New Perfect Pairing
We have all heard of wine and dining, but alumni Bill Whiting ’90 has volunteered his niche knowledge to bring a new perfect pairing to UD.
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Sustainability March 31, 2021
Hanley Sustainability Institute releases 2018-2020 report, ‘A growing role at UD’

The Hanley Sustainability Institute at the University of Dayton has released an impact report covering the calendar years of 2018 through 2020, which included a major expansion of HSI, which was founded in 2014. “A growing role at UD” summarizes key events during the span which includes hiring of its executive director, adding faculty and staff, introducing a fast-growing sustainability major and graduate certificate, student leadership and experiential learning, national recognition as a sustainability leader and being part of an award-winning paper on the path to carbon neutrality at UD.

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Sustainability February 23, 2021
Final clean energy speaker series roster covers several perspectives

The rest of the lineup for the Clean Energy Speaker series presented by School of Engineering professor Kevin Hallinan has been announced. From 7 to 8 p.m. on March 4, Mohammad Pakravan of Green Empowerment will discuss “From data to insight for development of low-resource communities.” Zoom link. Emily Burns, RE-volv, from 7-8 p.m. March 11; Nichole Hanus from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, from 7-8 p.m. March 15; and Zach Denning from artificial intelligence firm Hank, from 7-8 p.m. April 6 will round out the series.

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Faith/Mission January 04, 2021
2020: A year to remember
We will never forget what happened in 2020.
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Sustainability December 18, 2020
HSI launches global search for graduate fellowship students to do research with faculty

The Hanley Sustainability Institute at the University of Dayton is expanding its reach in an effort to bring high-achieving graduate students to UD to work in sustainability-related research. HSI has launched a graduate fellowship program for the 2021-2022 academic year to attract high-quality students with sustainability interests to UD through an internationally-advertised fellowship competition.

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Sustainability December 07, 2020
Former HSI student leader Sandstrom joins growing climate journaling and healing initiative

University of Dayton graduate Emily Sandstrom has joined The Climate Journal Project, an initiative to "help alleviate environmental anxiety and fears" through which participants are invited to empower themselves and others to transition away from planetary grief and climate change paralysis.

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